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Product NameMafia!
LanguageEnglish
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Short DescriptionWeight:0.25 pounds
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FeaturesTaking aim at Hollywood's greatest gangster films, Mafia! Is the hilarious comedy spoof that packs all the laughs you'd expect from the hit-making director of Airplane! And Hot Shots! Lloyd Bridges rules the underworld as the ruthless, powerful.and ceaselessly clumsy.Godfather Vincenzo Cortino. When the time comes to choose the next Don Cortino, however, a riotous rivalry breaks out betw
Long DescriptionHere's a comedy you can't refuse, as director Jim Abrahams ("Hot Shots!") takes aim at "The Godfather," "Casino" and other crime movies. Jay Mohr stars as the war vet who returns home and must take over his family's "business" when an attempt is made on the life of patriarch Lloyd Bridges. With Christina Applegate, Olympia Dukakis, Billy Burke. 87 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital 5.1; "making of" featurette; scene access. NOTE: This Title Is Out Of Print; Limit One Per Customer.
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